Weekend Campfire Talks
Feature JSU Microbiologist Dr. Benjie Blair
at DeSoto State Park
JSU microbiologist Dr. Benjie Blair will explain how the creatures you
can't see affect you every day. Meet the tiny microbes of Little River
Canyon, and learn about the most common creatures on Earth in
Campfire Talks at DeSoto State Park September 21-22. (See programs listed below.)
Campfire Talks - September 21-22
"Invisible Wonders of Little River Canyon"
Friday, September 21, 2007
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
JSU microbiologist Dr. Benjie Blair will explain how the creatures
you can't see affect you every day.
"Parasites of Little River"
Saturday, September 22, 2007
7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Dr.Benjie Blair returns to talk about the creepy crawlies that could
live in us.
Field Schools partner with Alabama State Parks to offer an interesting,
educational and entertaining series of FREE programs known as “Campfire Talks.”
These programs are offered every Friday and Saturday evening (May – October) at DeSoto State Park’s Campfire Circle. Thousands of families enjoy these programs
annually. Seating is limited, so bring your own comfortable chair. Talks will be
located in the Nature Center in case of rain. Plan a family campout or a weekend at DeSoto
State Park’s lovely lodge, cabins or chalets…or just drop by one evening
and enjoy the program!
For more information, including lodging information, call 1-800-ALA-PARK or visit www.desotostatepark.com.
You may also contact JSU Field Schools at 256-782-5697 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to register for a program.
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